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Obituaries

1836

Name
Obituary Date
Death Date
Age
10/17/1836
10/13/1836
 
11/16/1836
11/11/1836
 
6/10/1836
 
Infant son
10/31/1836
10/30/1836
youth
9/19/1836
9/13/1836
 
4/20/1836
Monday morning last
 
1/19/1836
12/31/1835
In the 14th year of her age
10/7/1836
10/1/1836
In the 52nd year of his age
8/31/1836 & 9/5/1836
8/30/1836
Aged 19 years & 2 months
3/30/1836
3/25/1836
 
2/29/1836
2/18/1836
49 years
10/31/1836
10/28/1836
In his 22nd year
10/24/1836
10/22/1836
Aged 27 years
6/10/1836
6/7/1836
 
12/19/1836
12/14/1836
Aged 24 years
9/19/1836
9/4/1836
Aged about 30
4/1/1836
3/30/1836
21 years
3/25/1836
3/24/1836
 
1/12/1836
1/5/1836
Aged 2 years & 5 months
10/7/1836
10/5/1836
Aged 35 years
3/23/1836
 
 
4/11/1836
 
 

 

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Death Notices for 1836 from the National Banner and Nashville Whig

January 12, 1836
Died in Davidson County on the 5th inst., of scarlet fever, Walter Jennings, son of Walter Sims, Esq., aged two years and five months.

January 19, 1836
OBITUARY - Died in this city on the 31st December in the 14th year of her age, Miss Mary Susanna Gilman, daughter of Major T. W. Gilman. (See copy)

February 29, 1836
Departed this life on Thursday evening, the 18th inst., at his residence in this town, Edward B. Littlefield, Esq., President of the Planter Bank. (See copy)

March 23, 1836
Died at Cockrell Springs near Nashville, Mrs. Margaret Stainback, consort of Mr. James W. Stainback.

March 25, 1836
Died in Nashville on Thursday, 24th March, inst., Mrs. Maria Shields, consort of Mr. William Shields.

March 30, 1836
Died in Nashville on Friday, 25th March, Mrs. Jane Leake, consort of Mr. Josephus C. Leake.

April 1, 1836
Died, Mrs. Ann Sanders, consort of Mr. Charles H. Sanders. (See copy)

April 11, 1836
Died at the residence of Rev. James Smith, John Stewart, a native of Glasglow, Scotland. The friends and acquaintance of Mr. Smith are requested to attend the funeral today at 3 o’clock.

April 20, 1836
Died Mr. John Estell (See copy)

June 10, 1836
Died in this place, Oscar Cowardin, infant son of Mr. Collin M. Cowardin.

June 10, 1836
Died at the residence of Mrs. Estell of the city, on the 7th inst., Dr. Lemuel S. Moss of New Kent County, Virginia.

August 31, 1836
Died in Nashville on the 30th, August of consumption, Mr. Benjamin Lawrence, son of Dr. William P. Lawrence.

September 5, 1836
Died in this city on Tuesday evening, Benjamin Rush Lawrence (See copy)

September 19, 1836
Died On Sunday 4th instant, in this county, Mr. Ira H. Owen aged about 30.

September 19, 1836
Died in Nashville on the 13th instant, Mr. Thomas Dudley.

October 7, 1836
Died at his residence near Nashville on the first day of October, 1836, in the 52nd year of his age, Jno. Hobson. He was a native of Virginia but emigrated to this neighborhood thirty years ago where he has resided ever since. He was a man of the kindest and noblest feelings and enjoyed the good will and good opinion of all who knew him, as a husband, a father, relative and friend, he was affectionate, faithful and sincere and the departure of few amongst us would be more regretted than the subject of this brief notice. A Friend

The Richmond Enquirer will please publish the above.

October 7, 1836
Died on Wednesday night, 5th inst., Pleasant Staggs of this city, aged 35 years.

October 17, 1836
Died in Nashville, on Thursday, 13th October, William M. Berryhill, Esq., long a highly respectable citizen of this place.

October 24, 1836
Died in Nashville on Saturday, 22nd October, Mr. Alexander Millah, a native of Ireland, aged 27 years.

October 31, 1836
Died in this vicinity, on the 28th October, at the residence of Mr. David M’Gavock, his father, Albert T. M’Gavock, in his 22nd year.

October 31, 1836
Died on the 30th October, William E. Dickson, an interesting and promising youth, just rising into life and giving hopes of much usefulness and comfort to his relatives and friends.

November 16, 1836
Died in Nashville on Sunday, 11th inst, Mr. Peter Chapouil, a native of Boston, Massachusetts.

December 19, 1836
Died on Thursday morning - Josiah Nichol. (See Copy)

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